The wet steam region (also known as the two-phase region) depicts all values of steam in its wet condition. Its boundaries are the saturated water line and the dry saturated steam line.

The addition of heat to steam at any point in the wet steam region causes the steam to dry, but always at the same temperature. The drier the steam, the closer it is to the dry saturated steam line.

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Steam Saturation Curve